EDIT: Thank all you guys who have been answering people with different views, or people who don't know anything but insults, or people who love to hate. Thanks for not being rude, thanks for spreading the love. ~Q
Why the hatred? Some people are just ignorant and don't want to understand those who are different. Which, to me, is crazy. *has gay, bisexual and transgender friends, even though I've only met them online*
Im just growing tired of all the hate, i see it for so many reasons all the time, religion, skin colour, sexuality, even down to the small things like who is better and comparing pewdiepie to the yogscast, well im sick of it,im just going to stop commenting on anything i see, im going to stop talking, the only way to shield myself, seems to be to cut myself off.
Agreed! There's no reason to hate someone because of their sexuality or gender. After all, you deserve to be happy with whoever you're with, regardless of gender or sexuality. I wish more people in this world were more like you
I had a boy in my class who called me a dyke straight to my face for no reason at all. The teasing continued, until one day I lost it and punched him in the face. He was hospitalized over the weekend. I didn't get in trouble, because I thoroughly explained my situation. He apologized later for it too. It felt really good to know that he realized he fucked up, and I apologized for breaking his nose.
Haha when I started to read your comment I was angry, but then I finished reading it and now I'm just sitting here with a smile on my face. <3 (Btw, I personally think it was a good thinq to do, to punch him in the face. You made him realize that what he was doing wasn't right and that you wouldn't take his shit anymore.) Hope the mood in your class gets better! ~Q
Thanks! :3 Yeah, it was very out of character on my behalf to strike him like that, but I guess he must've just made me snap. I think it might've just been influence on his peers and stuff. They found it funny to tease me because I'd try to ignore them really hard, but I couldn't. The classroom mood has gotten a bit hostile on his end, but in a quiet, 'Don't talk to me' way. Other than that I can freely enjoy English class again!
This is beautiful. I came out to my parents as a lesbian a few months ago and they've been pretty okay with it, but they're still trying to convince me that I may be straight. Finally I said to them, "In the end, I don't really care who I am with, a man or a woman, as long as they love me for who I am. Whether a girl loves a guy, a girl loves a girl or a guy loves a guy, it's still love. It shouldn't feel any different because of gender."
God, those are some beautiful words! (: "It shouldn't feel any different because of gender." - <start rant>Right?! I hear some people saying: "Well 'stragith love' is okay but 'gay love' isn't." (not exactly in these words, but you know what i mean...) and I'm like: "WHAT THE F*CK?! IT'S STILL LOVE YOU MOTHERF*CKERS!" >___< (yeah, I know, I shouldn't be so rude but these people just piss me off so. hard. >__<) <finish rant> Um, anyways. Just wanted to say that I appreciate your comment and thank you your compliment and for your words~ (:
exactly, but we all know that the only people who can fight the hatred are the peers. I know adults try, and I like that they want to help us kids, but I really think that only the person's peers will be able to influence them the most to stop the hate.
i feel bad for people that spend their time spitting hateful things on beautiful art like this. it's such a pathetic waste of energy. people like you ruin this site for everyone. go rest your judgements on people who actually want to hear it.
Heterosexual man and heterosexual female. White. Anglo-saxon. Christians. Blue eyes. Blond hair. A loving family composed of mother, father, some children, grandma and grandpa.
Hm? Is that the only right prototype of people?
Well then I'm going to hell, because I'm a Slav, Jewish, have red hair and green eyes. I don't know who my grandfather was and my father doesn't know his grandma, because my great-grandmother died in a concentration camp. Does that make me less human?